March 30, 2016
Dr. Edward Taylor, the University of Washington
Winners for Live Awards
Dr. Edward Taylor is vice provost and dean of Undergraduate Academic Affairs at the University of Washington where he oversees educational opportunities that deepen and enrich the undergraduate experience.
Dr. Taylor is a professor in the UW’s College of Education, which he joined in 1995. His research and teaching center on moral dimensions of education and integrative education, leadership in education and social justice, and he has written, taught and presented extensively on these topics.
Taylor earned his Ph.D. in educational leadership and policy studies at the University of Washington. He earned a master’s degree in psychology and a bachelors’ degrees in sociology and in psychology at Gonzaga University. In 2014, Dr. Taylor received the Distinguished Graduate Award from the UW’s College of Education.
WINNERS FOR LIFE : Each year, Rotary Club of Seattle honors high school students who have shown exceptional character in overcoming significant obstacles to remain in school. Poverty, homelessness, substance abuse, domestic violence, teen pregnancy, language and learning disabilities are just some of the challenges these amazing kids have surmounted. These remarkable students are quietly building bright futures in difficult circumstances. They are our “WINNERS FOR LIFE.
This Wednesday, March 30, volunteers from Seattle #4 will host our 38 WINNERS FOR LIFE at an 11am reception and at our regular Rotary luncheon. WINNERS receive a personalized plaque and our congratulations. It's one of the year's most inspiring and uplifting events - be there!